Evesham Mortgage LLC has a variety of renovation loan options that were created specifically for homebuyers who want to finance the cost of home improvements into their mortgage. These financing options can eliminate the need for large out-of-pocket renovation costs that can drain your savings.
A renovation loan might also be the answer if you’re having difficulty getting approved for a loan on a house because it needs some repairs.
Qualifying criteria for renovation loans varies depending on the type of loan that best fits your needs. Ask your local loan officer about the different options, which may include:
FHA 203(k) Standard
This renovation mortgage allows buyers to finance major or minor upgrades on a home using the future value of the home, all without having to complete the work before the actual closing date. It allows for major structural changes as well as landscaping, new appliances and more on primary residences. Learn more about FHA 203(k) financing here.
FHA 203(k) Limited
Designed specifically for homes that may need some cosmetic repairs or upgrades, the FHA Limited (formerly known as the Streamline 203(k) mortgage) is intended for primary residences that can be remodeled, repaired, or updated for less than $35,000.
The FHA 203(h) mortgage was designed to help borrowers whose homes were destroyed or seriously damaged in designated disaster zones purchase a new home or rebuild their home with zero down. If you want to see if you qualify, contact your local loan officer or check out our FHA 203(h) Guide.
The Fannie Mae HomeStyle Renovation Mortgage
This Conventional renovation mortgage may have stricter guidelines when compared to the FHA options, but it has less property restrictions. For example, you can get HomeStyle financing for a second home or an investment property.
An FHA renovation loan typically requires a 3.5% down payment. The Fannie Mae HomeStyle Renovation Mortgage minimum down payment is typically 5%. Speak to your local loan officer about the best option for your renovation project.
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